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at los angeles international airport are seeing an increased security presence today. it could be days before the airport returns to normal after friday's shooting that left a tsa officer dead and others wounded. nbc's miguel almaguer has been covering the story for us over the last day. good day to you, miguel, and what's the latest? >> reporter: good afternoon. we know that terminal three where the investigation is taking place where the shooting happens remains shut down to the public. they are allowing some passengers who were inside that terminal during the shooting to come back this afternoon to retrieve some of their personal belongings. as you know, this shooting took place yesterday at 9:30 in the morning. it was the middle of the weekday commute at the end of the week when police say 22-year-old paul ciancia walked through the front doors of the terminal, pulled out an assault rifle from a bag and opened fire, first hitting tsa agents. they say it appears he was targeting tsa agents, killing one before moving on through the terminal, past security. about 100 yards deep into t
covered from every angle. msnbc julia boorstin live at a target in los angeles. jay gray at the mall of america in bloomington, minnesota. we'll start with you, jay. we've been talking to you all morning. how is it looking now? >> t.j., i'm the king of shopping. i'm looking down on my subjects and i say spend, spend everyone. maybe it's getting to me. i have been here for a while. look, people are spending. things are going really well at this mall and across the country apparently. we see people not only shopping but they are carrying bags. not one or two but several. the news looks good on that account. a lot of retailers are very concerned because they have six less days in shopping season between thanksgiving and christmas this year. it falls late in the year. but statistics show and analysts believe that this weekend the average family will spend around $650, that's up 11% from last year black friday weekend. so vitally important for retailers. what happens between thanksgiving and christmas makes up between 20 and 40% of their entire yearly intake. that's according to the natio
places is playing out in los angeles and it could force a charity to stop its good deed of doing so. that's because the los angeles council is considering a ban on such anti-hunger efforts after complaints from homeowner. they claim some of the 200 homeless accepting free meals are becoming squatters. l.a. has the second largeless homeless population. it is the latest city to either consider or pass such a ban in recent years. ted lan drit is the cofounder of the greater west hollywood food coalition. welcome to you, ted. >> thank you. >> i know we have a councilmember with who you're doing battle, one of two democrat councilmembers proposing this all in an effort to get organizations just like yours to take your homeless feeding and move it indoors. i want to say that we did reach out to the councilman who in a statement said my motion requests that city departments study how other cities are addressing the issue. i want to know how other people ensure the safety of people being fed in the public right of way. i know that you've been working with the councilman on solving this problem, s
in with you again. we will turn to los angeles with julia boorstin. you are seeing kind of the same thing? >> so target opened. we are here in eagle rock, california. it opened for the first time at 8:00 p.m. on thanksgiving day. there was a huge crowd and a line of about 1,000 people when the doors first opened. it was crowded until about 1:00 a.m. now it's early. it's about 6:30 a.m. pacific approximate it's quiet. we expect another wave of customers in a big crowd around 8:00 a.m. people are checking out and going for the door busters. we caught one of the shoppers right here. fred, you really went straight for the door busters. what did you buy. >> i got a nikon camera for $99, this is a door buster. concentrating on these are cheaper than amazon.com. new movies. we had blu-ray speakers. we are you tubing to see the reviews and it's a good deal. still good deals. >> great. thanks so much. this is what it comes down to. people are looking for deals and going online to make sure they get the best deals. target as a cartwheel ap that allows people to get the deals and it's integrated wit
a tsa agent at los angeles international airport has been charged with first degree murder and committing violence. he can face the death penalty. we'll have a live report later this hour. >>> john kerry wrapped up a visit to egypt, the first since morsi was ousted. morsi's removal led the u.s. to suspend hundreds of millions of aide earmarked for egypt. >> i want to make it clear the united states will continue to provide support that directly benefits the egyptian people in health, scholarships and private sector development. >>> virginia's democratic gubernatorial candidate terry mcauliffe has brought out all the rock stars. hillary clinton was out his behalf two weeks ago. the following weekend, bill clinton. tomorrow joe biden, and today the president hit the trail. >> i hope you guys are fired up on tuesday because we cannot have people staying home when so much is at stake. i hope you're ready to fight for terry because he's ready to fight for you for the next four years. >> republican candidate ken cuccinelli meanwhile has rnc chair and wisconsin governor scott walk
rampage inside los angeles international airport on friday. the suspect, paul ciancia is hospitalized and in critical condition. he's been unresponsive because of his current medical condition, but investigators say they're still learning more about why he allegedly killed a tsa agent and wounded two others. miguel almaguer is live outside l.a.x. with the details on this. miguel, good morning. >> reporter: thomas, good morning. according to a federal criminal complaint, we do know more about the alleged shooter's motive. fbi investigators say that he left behind a one-page letter, what they call -- also has been called a manifesto in which he said he was specifically targeting tsa agents. it didn't matter whether they were black, white, brown or yellow. apparently that was written inside this manifesto. he seemed to target these individuals because they worked for the federal government and he had some problems with the federal government. we don't know specifically what was in that note. that is still part of the investigation. as for the suspect himself, as you mentioned, he was sho
the president. joe is live for us in los angeles. this is a really cool kid. >> yeah. an amazing kid. some pretty cool parents as well. they were in on this all along. and even they were overwhelmed by what happened yesterday. a lot of people don't realize this. but miles and his family, they're not from san francisco. they're from about six hours away, a farm town in northern california. so it was definitely something to see what happened on the streets of san francisco yesterday. certainly a day they'll never forget. it looked like a giant parade. but to fully understand why thousands filled the streets of san francisco, you must take a step back. and listen to the story of a boy with superhero strength. >> can i be batman? >> you get to be batman? 5-year-old miles spent the majority of his young life battling a villain named leukemia. >> he's beat an awful disease. so that makes him a hero to me. >> reporter: typically shy, the young cancer survivor comes alive wearing his batman costume. >> he's my favorite superhero. >> reporter: in fact, he always dreamed of becoming the caped crusad
gridlock in los angeles, but they did not cause the crippling delays that many feared. how will the weekend shape up? bill joins me live. >> good morning to you and happy thanksgivukkah. the west coast is looking nice. it is very cold in the eastern half of the country. all eyes on the parade. the balloons are up and that's great new for the kids we are watching on tv. winds at 26 miles per hour. they department meet the threshold to knock it down. it had to be 34 or higher. the winds have been below 34. we are good to go with a lot of sunshine. we have travel trouble spots out there. people will be driving to relatives's houses and friends houses. detroit got light snow and cleveland had a burst there. we could get a slick coating on the road. the only big trouble spot out there. we will get light snow in buffalo and syracuse too. as far as the wind chill, they are coldest this morning as we go through and warm it up. orlando at 66. not exactly toasty by their standards and miami at 74. it's chilly in the southeast, but no one will have issues getting anywhere. tonight you will be out ther
flash flooding outside of los angeles led to five people being rescued to safety. >>> that same weather system is bringing freezing rain to parts of texas. as much as an inch of ice is expected to fall tonight in north texas. in abilene, sleet caused delays of eight hours alone. >>> the white house has announced that users of the obama care website will get an extra week to sign up for coverage for 2014. americans now have until december 23rd to register for coverage that would start on january 1st. all of this comes on the heels of a new poll from the kaiser family foundation which found that nearly half of its respondents, 49%, have an unfavorable view of the law right now while only one third, 33%, say they have a favorable view. joining me now is nbc's luke russert at the white house. luke, there are new reports in "the new york times" and "the washington post" today on the creation of the healthcare.gov site. front page story in "the new york times" says the website's prime contractor knew the website would not be ready on time. i'm quoting, knowing how long it would take to comple
. joe fryer, nbc news, los angeles. >>> up next, going hungry, how recent congressional cuts to foot stamps are leaving many more americans hungrier this thanksgiving. >>> plus, high-tech history. how the smithsonian is making rare collections available to whomever, wherever. it's today's big idea. ♪ ♪ you get your coffee here. you get your hair cut here. you find that certain thing you were looking for here, but actually you get so much more. when you shop at these small local businesses, you support all the things that make your community great. the money you spend here, stays here. in this place you call your neighborhood. today is small business saturday. get out and shop small. you can fill that box and pay one flat rate. how naughty was he? oh boy... [ male announcer ] fedex one rate. simple, flat rate shipping with the reliability of fedex. shhhh! i have a cold with this annoying runny nose. [ sniffles ] i better take something. [ male announcer ] dayquil cold and flu doesn't treat that. it doesn't? [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus fights your worst cold symptoms plus
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